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J. Piaget's theory of intelligence: operational aspect

Authors: Xenia Naidenova
Keywords: Intelligence, thinking operations, cognitive structures, artificial intelligence.

Abstract

The Piaget's theory of intelligence is considered from the point of view of genesis and gradual development of human thinking operations. Attention is given to operational aspects of cognitive structures and knowledge. The significance of the Piaget's theory of intelligence is revealed for modeling conceptual reasoning in the framework of artificial intelligence.

X. Naidenova,
Military medical academy,
Saint-Petersburg, 194044,
Lebedev street, 6
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